British Medical Association Council Garden
(Photo: Colin Wing)
Architect Sir Edwin Lutyens designed this elegant town garden at the heart of the BMA headquarters at Tavistock Square. It is a private garden, much esteemed by members and visitors to the BMA, but little known beyond.
Planting is refreshingly green around a central oval pool. A collection of physic plants bears witness to the continuing role of plants in contemporary pharmacology.
Mrs Daniela Sikora
- Saturday 10:00–17:00
- Guided talks on the garden, its history and its plants at 11am, 12noon, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm. Café open. Music will be provided by members of the Corinthian Chamber Orchestra at intervals during the day.
Via main entrance to BMA House in Upper Woburn Place, opposite NE corner of Tavistock Square
Nearest postcode: WC1H 9JP
- 59, 68, 91, 168
- Russell Square, Euston
- Cycle hire station:
- Endsleigh Gardens (Map)
- Toilet on site.
- The garden is accessible to wheelchairs.
- Working assistance dogs only
(click on names for details):
SOAS Japanese-Inspired Roof Garden
Russell Square Gardens
St George’s Gardens
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